The words of Pat Smith, mother of Sean Smith, a State Department employee killed in Libya, offer sad testimony to the state of affairs about Benghazi and the pathetic Obama administration CYA over everything leading up to, during and after the attack, and it deserves to be heard.

Audio from the Sean Hannity radio show, via Mediaite and Weasel Zippers:

On Friday, Sean Hannity brought Pat Smith, mother of the late Sean Smith, on his radio program. The 34-year-old information management officer was one of four Americans murdered in the Benghazi embassy attack on September 11, 2012.

In the chilling interview, a distraught Ms. Smith, in tears, pleaded for answers and spoke of the efforts to silence her.

Ms. Smith first relayed how her son, prior to the attack, requested additional security in advance and warned the State Department:

This poor woman, like any of us would if it were a member of our families, just wants answers, and she’s not getting them. I’m not sure she ever will. This thing runs deep and wide.

When Smith says “they” want her to shut up and “they” aren’t necessarily part of the Obama administration, “they” are more than likely those who really want Hillary as the next president and don’t want it screwed up by some woman seeking answers regarding her son’s murder.


11 Responses to “Mother of Slain Benghazi Official: Questions Not Being Answered”

  1. SignPainterGuy on April 7th, 2013 6:34 pm

    From what we are gathering, there was no "good" reason for being in Benghazi in the first place. Gun running / trying to locate them and buy them back, other support of our enemies, lies and CYA aplenty ! Leaving our people hanging in the wind.

    Heads should roll after they spill all the beans; with truth serum if necessary ! No one should get any form of amnesty on this travesty !

  2. Granny55 on April 7th, 2013 7:47 pm

    As an American, questioning what happened to her son, she should name names. That is the only way this is going to be resolved. The father of one of the other slain there also did not name names. If they want answers start with who is telling them to shut up about it – that will get them some answers – maybe.

    Then there is this. America's "newspaper" the NYT times is going after the whistle blower of Rutger's basketball coach – claiming he may have tried to blackmail Rutger's. Nice…… the NY Slimes will go after a whistle blower over a bat shit crazy basketball coach but won't lift one finger to figure out what happened in Benghazi. Those silly people at the NY Slimes really have their priorities in place – don't they. Four dead Americans. No one available at the NY slimes to investigate.

    Our fourth estate is selling our asses right up the river.

  3. SignPainterGuy on April 7th, 2013 8:13 pm

    I`d like to see this grieving Mom talk to her local cops and Sheriff`s Office, make friends with them and get them to watching closely, then go on TV or make YouTube vid(s) of her naming everyone she has asked in the admin., military, State Dept, who said nothing, something, "Shut Up" and then dare them to "Shut Me Up !" Let the world know there`s a cover-up happening !

  4. SignPainterGuy on April 8th, 2013 2:52 am

    There are those who want answers and now there`s a resolution to force the admin. to provide answers. We`ll see, but it`s good to see something is being done.

  5. Truesoldier__ on April 8th, 2013 1:03 pm

    It is good to see that an effort is being made. The sad thing is that even if they get the committee formed the administration will just stonewall and the limp wristed leadership in the House will not push the issue.

    Remember the F&F contempt of Congress aimed at Holder. They issued the contempt citation, but there has never been any follow up on it. No civil lawsuit brought or anything else done by the House within their powers (of course we all knew that the DoJ would not prosecute Holder so we didn't even bother thinking in that direction).

    The House has the power of the purse. They could have used that power to get anwsers during the latest CR that they passed without much thought. All they had to do is refurse to pass the CR until they got all the answers to all the different scandals out there. They didn't cause they are part of the problem. Until we get some actual leadership we can expect we will never get any answers.

  6. Truesoldier__ on April 8th, 2013 1:04 pm

    That sounds like a great idea. Quite a few of the Sherrif's in the country are not pleased with what the Feds are doing as it is. I am sure these parents could find some very good friends to watch their backs.

  7. SignPainterGuy on April 8th, 2013 2:20 pm

    Sad, but true. WND sent an email showing documents that Obama fears about F&F. Well, that just makes it all the more frustrating to us; you have the proof, why aren`t you making the charges official and PUBLIC ?!?!

  8. SignPainterGuy on April 8th, 2013 2:36 pm

    I was verbally threatened once by someone I just wasn`t sure about; I suspected it was emotional blustering, but sometimes you have to take the mentally ill seriously, right ? Part of the threat was a warning NOT to tell ANYONE, or she`d sic the "underworld" on me !

    I decided to call her bluff by telling long-time family friends, Mom, the Chief of Police and other cops, other friends ……..

    The Chief wanted me to file Charges. I said, "No, the woman isn`t quite right, she probably wouldn`t do anything, but if she does, if anything 'odd' happens to me, you`ll remember this conversation."

    I figured that in her mental state, she would be the one to say something, being unable to keep it quiet herself, having to bragg about how tuff she`d been in defense of her step-daughter. I was right and it all blew up on her !

    This Mother has the right to know. She should force the issue. She should take seriously the chance that this admin. or "their friends" could hush her up. It has happened before !

  9. ChapBix on April 8th, 2013 10:41 pm

    "This thing runs deep and wide."

    Is it deep and wide or an inch deep and a mile wide? Not sure I have the answer to that. Typically, when an administration stonewalls efforts to investigate what happens in a crisis of this nature, it is usually a major CYA to escape legal and financial consequences, just as Fast and Furious is.

  10. imoforpcs on May 1st, 2017 7:56 am
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